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Transmission fluid leak

What are possible places trans. fluid could be leaking from and what type of fluid does a '95 Jeep Cherokee use?

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  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    my jeep is leaking trans fluid from the front passanger side of the vehicle in i have to keep putting trans fliud in to drive forward or in reverse

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    1992 xj leaking trans fluid from bellhousing only when under load oil not burnt and its respondsive when throttle applied

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    trans fluid leak out of bell housing when under load

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Transmissions can leak anywhere there is a seal, fitting or gasket. Most common leaks are at the trans pan gasket and fittings.. However, to find a leak the only way is to get under there and look. A mid sized leak will clean off road debris and leave a track. Keep in mind that all leaks run down and that while driving this can be blown towards the rear of the vehicle. If you find a suspicious area, clean it off with a rag & some solvent and run vehicle...watch that area for seepage. Also check cooling lines to radiator. Fluid coming from inside bellhousing indicates a bad front seal (requires trans removal to repair) Fluid should be (for aw4 units) Mercon, or any quality synthetic that covers mercon application.

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